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Up/Down/Fragile ★★ Haut Bas Fragile 1995

New Wavish musical following the fortunes of three young women in Paris. Louise (Denicourt) has just emerged from a coma after several years and is living in a tiny apartment though she has inherited the antiquesfilled home of an aunt; Ninon (Richard) has fled from her gangster boyfriend and gotten a job as a delivery girl; and the adopted Ida (Cote) has become obsessed with learning the identities of her biological parents. Their link is Roland (Marcon) who knows all three. The mood's more important than the plot anyway. French with subtitles. 169m/C VHS . FR Marianne (Cuau) Denicourt, Laurence Cote, Nathalie Richard, Andre Marcon, Anna Karina; D: Jacques Rivette; C: Christophe Pollock; M: Francois Breant.

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